Will RPA test positive for the Coronavirus?
Robots can’t catch the Coronavirus, but can they avoid a recession? Tom Taulli wonders what RPA looks like in a economic downturn.
Here’s the relevant breakdown: Attended bots will be $40 a month ($480 a year), Unattended will be $150 ($1,800 a year).
More speculation and analysis of UIPath’s potential for an IPO. Given the recent market movements, this will probably be put on pause.
The team at Knowledge Lake released a case study about using databases to store historical RPA data - “You can implement your own data stores on a project-by-project basis, but having it provided within the platform further helps your RPA automations scale“
Mohamed Haroun points out that many of the RPA platforms are simply built on top of Microsoft UI framework, something that’s part of .net and easy to take advantage of if you’re familiar with .net development.
Mostly a minor update but there are some significant performance and reporting improvements.
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